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What Is Recycled on Campus? 

 

The types of recyclables listed directly below may be placed in recycling bins and larger totes labeled "Mixed Recyclables" in dorms and academic buildings:

 

Plastic Containers (Includes: plastic bottles, jugs, jars, tubs, take-out containers, iced coffee cups, yogurt containers, and egg cartons) 

Glass Containers (Includes: glass jars and bottles)

Metal Cans and Foil (Includes: aluminum foil and pans, empty aerosol cans, and tin cans)

Cartons (Includes: milk cartons, juice cartons, soup cartons, and juice boxes) 

Mixed Paper (Includes: newspapers, envelopes, office paper, spiral notebooks, egg cartons, wrapping paper, paperback books, food boxes, mail, paper bags, magazines, and paper towel tubes)


The types of recyclables listed below are other types of items that may be recycled in the Accino recycling center (top photo below) or the Lower Slavin recycling center (lower photo below). These recyclables may also be sent via inter-office mail or directly brought to Harkins LL18.


Computer Hard Drives 

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Cardboard

Keyboards and Mouse's

Printer Cartridges

CD's/DVD's

Floppy Disks

Televisions

Printers

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Fax Machines

Batteries and Chargers

Typewriters

Film/Transparencies

Telephones

Cell Phones

Magnetic Tape

Packing Peanuts

Fluorescent Lights

Electronic Ballasts
 
 

 

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